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Sep 17, 2017 - 9:27 PM - by Norris Lurker
Article by Michael Shillito

The climax of the AFL Sydney season came on Saturday afternoon at Blacktown; as Sydney Uni and Pennant Hills took to the field for the Grand Final. It was an afternoon of sunshine, Blacktown was in great shape. But by the time the full-time siren sounded, heads were shaking in disbelief and the question being asked by so many was “how did that happen”?
Pennant Hills have pulled off unlikely premierships before. Just two years ago, when East Coast were unbackable favourites, the Demons ran them down. But this Sydney Uni side was stronger, and this year’s Demons side didn’t look as good. By the end of July, their chances of making the finals looked grim. And now suddenly they’re premiers. Even with the odds stacked against them, they got it done.

Sydney Uni had been the dominant force for most of this season. Racing to the top of the ladder early in the year, and... [Read More]
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